As elected officials work to address school shootings in the U.S. after the tragedy in Parkland, Florida, some proposals to solve the problem are more popular than others. Which tactics receive nearly unanimous support from Americans and which show divisions along party lines? Later, find out what percentage of Americans say this past winter was warmer than in previous years.
Sixty-seven percent of U.S. adults say the laws covering firearm sales should be stricter, up from 60% last fall and the highest since 1993.
A majority of Americans favor a number of different proposals to prevent school shootings, but less than half favor arming teachers.
Given a choice, more Americans say their leaders should focus on school security and mental health than on changing gun sale laws.
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